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The district will now deliver meals to childrens' homes at designated times.

Starting Wednesday, Dec. 2, the West Linn-Wilsonville School District started delivering meals directly to students' homes instead of the previous model of using school bus drop-off points and school site pick-ups.

For students participating in the WL-WV Online Program or comprehensive distance learning, a full week of meals will be delivered to their homes at a designated time. Meal delivery includes five breakfast and lunch meals per student.

When the district transitions to a hybrid model, students will receive lunch in the school building.

The district said this change allows them to ensure it's making the appropriate number of meals without creating waste.

Families can sign up for meal delivery by filling out the online application, making sure to fill out a form for each student needing a meal. If you signed up for meal delivery and did not receive a confirmation email with your delivery schedule information, call 503-673-7995.

Applications submitted any time after Nov. 20 may take up to a week to be assigned to a delivery route. Meals will not be available at school locations after Dec. 11.

Meals will continue to be provided to children age 18 and younger who live within district boundary lines regardless of enrollment status.

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